Seattle Needs a Bus Driver Appreciation Week: Dominic Holden has a good suggestion.
Dance Clubs, Not Fight Clubs: Is a pattern developing?
The Two Faces of Richard Conlin: He's unbearably smug, but he could be the hero we need.
This Week in Racist Neighborhoods: Trying to force "young thugs" out, and a super-racist comment thread about Wallingford.
Maybe Don't Sell Realistic Guns to Children: Kelly O goes to a rodeo and sees something disturbing.
Fuck You, Putin: Dan Savage keeps on top of the happenings in Russia.
Thank You, Pugel: The interim police chief takes a stand against the federal ban on needle exchange funding.
The Question of Our Time: "When I get up into my hammock, can someone hand me my burrito?"
Words and Pictures: What it's like to attend the Genius Showcases for Visual Art and Literature.
Don't Bet Against Cienna Madrid in a Cookie-Eating Contest...if she's competing against mice, at least.
Some of You People Are Wrong: A Slog investigation into tipping.
Stoner Fight! Can't we all just get along?
Neddy Is a Good Name for an Award: Here are the winners. One is a Genius Award shortlister this year.
"When I say this art exhausts us, I am not necessarily being pejorative." Rebecca Brown's Ring Cycle Diary is awesome.
Along with Portland, Seattle is among large U.S. cities in which the highest proportions of residents describe themselves as non-Hispanic white, based on 2010 census data.
In Seattle, 66 percent of all residents fit that category — the fifth-highest rate among the nation's 50 largest cities — higher even than Wichita, Kan., and Minneapolis.
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